Student Executive Advisory Committee

Executive Committee election

The VicSRC Student Executive Advisory Committee (the Executive Committee) is made up of 15 students who are completing secondary education in Victoria.  They are elected by their peers every year and their job is to govern VicSRC and act on the advocacy priorities identified by Victorian students at the annual VicSRC Congress.

You don’t need any experience to be on the Executive Committee, just enthusiasm and a commitment to making Victorian education better for everyone! Each year students around Victoria nominate and vote for their Executive Committee members.

Read on for more details!

So what does the Executive Committee actually do?

 In a typical year as an Executive Committee member, you might do one or more of the following:

  • Attend meetings with the Minister for Education.

  • Speak on panels to teachers and educators.

  • Advise the Department of Education on how to design programs or initiatives to best support students.

  • Attend Board meetings with the adult Board of Trustees.

  • Advise the VicSRC staff and Board on the strategic direction of the organisation and which priorities to focus on.

  • Be involved in a variety of VicSRC's advocacy activities

  • Sit on committees made up of different stakeholders in the education system.

  • And lots more!

  • To learn more about the exciting things our Executive Committee members do have a read through our position description.


Do you have a question that hasn't been answered here? Check out our Election Information Pack and if you still can't find your answer, feel free to get in touch via [email protected].

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